Le Méridien’s Barasti to host official after party of Dubai Rugby Sevens

Barasti will also organise pick up and drop off services to the Seven’s Stadium

There will also be Queen tributes and Elton John tributes
There will also be Queen tributes and Elton John tributes

Barasti Beach Bar, part of Le Méridien Mina Seyahi Beach Resort & Marina, has announced its partnership with The Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens.

The party spot will host official after parties following the sporting day. From December 5 to 7, the venue will bring in various musical talents such as an Abba tribute and La Freak So Chic.

There will also be Queen tributes and Elton John tributes.

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Partnering with the sporting event, the venue will also provide bus services from the Seven’s Stadium right to Barasti’s entrance.

Running from 9am to 12pm during the event, Barasti will provide a breakfast offer at its Barasti Beach Shack or Middle Deck F&B venues.

The venue also assures it will broadcast on its TVs all the events of the Rugby Sevens, as well as provide a handful of drink deals.

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